New Program Awareness K12 Spring Summit Northeast Wisconsin Technical College April 14-15, 2015

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New Program Awareness

K12 Spring Summit

2015-2016

Northeast Wisconsin Technical College

April 14-15, 2015

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New Programs

•Alcohol & Other Drug Associate (AODA) AAS (shared with Northcenteral

Technical College)

•Automotive Maintenance Technical Diploma

•Business Analyst AAS (pending State approval)

•Cisco Systems Administrator Technical Diploma (pending State approval)

•Criminal Justice-Professional Studies AAS

•Digital Marketing Technical Diploma

•Hotel & Restaurant Management changing from AAS to Technical Diploma

•Human Services (shared with Northcenteral Technical College) AAS

•Linux System Administrator Technical Diploma (pending State approval)

•Medical Coding Technical Diploma

•Microsoft System Administrator Technical Diploma (pending State approval)

•Professional Sales Technical Diploma

•Therapeutic Massage Technical Diploma

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New Local Certificates

•Intensive English Program Intermediate Certificate

•Intensive English Program Advanced Certificate

•Jail & Juvenile Officer Certificate

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New Pathway Certificates

•Human Resource Compliance Certificate

•Organizational Safety & Health Certificate

•Supervision Certificate

•Business Software Essentials Certificate

•Business Professional Essentials Certificate

•Networking Certificate

•Early Childhood Education Licensing Basic 0-2 Certificate

•Early Childhood Education Licensing Basic 3-5 Certificate

•Introduction to Paraeducator Careers Certificate

•Healthcare Customer Service Representative Certificate

•Jail Officer Academy Certificate

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Digital Marketing

Technical Diploma

• 28 Total Program Credits Technical Diploma

•Area of Emphasis in the Marketing Program • Employment Potential: • The Digital Marketing Technical Diploma is designed for people who desire to  incorporate cutting‐edge marketing techniques into an organization's new and existing  marketing activities. • Learners who understand new media techniques and complete this technical diploma  may become social media planners, project managers, marketing specialists, public  relations coordinators, promotional planners, or marketing analysts. Completers can  expect to pursue employment in these positions in an extremely wide range of business  to consumer (B2C) and business to business (B2B) organizations.

• Job

market : • Increasing demand for digital marketing skills. • Projected 24% increase in field.

• Rate

of pay : • Wisconsin Hourly $15.21 ‐ $75.47 • Yearly $39,000 ‐ $46,105 

•Contact

persons: Lisa O'Halloran, John Maier, Ronnie Coyle, 

•Associate Dean: Mike Vander Heiden

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Professional Sales

Technical Diploma

• 27 Total Program Credits Technical Diploma

Area of Emphasis in the Marketing Program

• Employment Potential:

Learners will be able to sell products in both the consumer and business 

markets.

• Job market :

10% growth rate in Wisconsin over 10 year period

Considered in the top 3 of posted jobs in Wisconsin

• Rate of pay :

Wisconsin Hourly $15.21 ‐ $75.47 

Yearly $31,600 ‐ $157,000 

•Contact persons:

Lisa O'Halloran, John Maier, Ronnie Coyle, 

•Associate Dean:

Mike Vander Heiden

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Hospitality Management (changing

from AAS to Technical Diploma)

• 31 Total Program Credits Technical Diploma

• Area of Emphasis in the Business Management Program

• Employment Potential:

• Hotel and Restaurant Management prepares students for a variety of mid‐ management positions in lodging operations, food service operations, and tourism  services. • Potential positions include:  Front Office Manager, Event Service Manager, Food  Service Manager, Executive Housekeeper, Sales Manager.

• Job market :

• 6% growth rate in Wisconsin over next 7 year period

• Rate of pay :

• Wisconsin Hourly $13.33 ‐ $22.50  • Yearly $27,000 ‐ $46,000

•Contact person:

Jerry Lintz

•Associate Dean:

Mike Vander Heiden

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Linux Systems Administrator

Technical Diploma

Pending State Approval

•17 Total Program Credits Technical Diploma with Pathway

to Network

Specialist AAS

•This program prepares its learners to install, support, maintain, and troubleshoot Linux servers  in a business environment.  Students are exposed to various aspects of networking, security,  data storage, and typical network protocols using CentOS, a RedHat based Linux Distribution.  Emphasis is placed on understanding Linux servers, services, users and groups.

•Employment Potential:

•Graduates will be proficient in the installation, configuration, and support an organization's  local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and Internet systems or a segment of a  network system with a specialty in Linux.

•Job Market

•Employment of network and computer systems administrators is projected to grow 12 percent  from 2012 to 2022

•Rate of pay:

•Average District Hourly Range ‐ $24.50 ‐ $30.94  •Yearly Range ‐ $50,960 ‐ $64,355

•Contact person:

Joe Cicero

•Associate Dean

: Julie Ebben‐Matzke

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Microsoft Systems Administrator

Technical Diploma

Pending State Approval

•20 Total Program Credits Technical Diploma

with Pathway

to Network

Specialist AAS

•This program exposes students to a variety of skills utilized in entry‐level systems  administration positions.  Students will learn various aspects of data networking and security,  data storage, network administration and operating systems software. Special emphasis is  placed on understanding Microsoft Windows Server, Windows client systems and virtualization  technologies. 

•Employment Potential:

•Graduates will be proficient in the installation, configuration, and support an organization's  local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and Internet systems or a segment of a  network system with a specialty in Microsoft Server.

•Job Market

•Employment of network and computer systems administrators is projected to grow 12 percent  from 2012 to 2022

•Rate of pay:

•Average District Hourly Range ‐ $24.50 ‐ $30.94 •Yearly Range ‐ $50,960 ‐ $64,355

•Contact person:

Mike Teske

•Associate Dean

:Julie Ebben‐Matzke

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Cisco Systems Administrator

Technical Diploma

Pending State Approval

•16 Total Program Credits Technical Diploma

with Pathway

to Network

Specialist AAS

•The Cisco Systems Administrator Technical Diploma exposes students to the CCNA Routing and  Switching curriculum provided by Cisco’s Networking Academy.  The program also validates the  ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot medium‐size routed and switched  networks.

•Employment Potential:

•Graduates will be proficient in the installation, configuration, and support an organization's  local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), and Internet systems or a segment of a  network system with a specialty in Cisco.

•Job Market

•Employment of network and computer systems administrators is projected to grow 12 percent  from 2012 to 2022

•Rate of pay:

•Average District Hourly Range ‐ $24.50 ‐ $30.94 •Yearly Range ‐ $50,960 ‐ $64,355

•Contact person:

Jeanne Conlon

•Associate Dean

: Julie Ebben‐Matzke

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Virtualization Systems Administrator

Technical Diploma

Pending State Approval

•13 Total Program Credits Technical Diploma

with Pathway

to Network

Specialist AAS

•The Virtualization System Administrator Technical Diploma prepares its learners to design,  implement and secure aspects of virtualization environments including, but not limited to,  storage technologies, virtual network infrastructure, and virtual machine installation,  configuration, and migration.

•Employment Potential:

•Graduates will be proficient in VMWare environments, storage technologies and the  installation, configuration and support of a virtual network environment.

•Job Market

•Employment of network and computer systems administrators is projected to grow 12 percent  from 2012 to 2022

•Rate of pay:

•Average District Hourly Range ‐ $24.50 ‐ $30.94 •Yearly Range ‐ $50,960 ‐ $64,355

•Contact person

:

Al Fencl

•Associate Dean:

Julie Ebben‐Matzke

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Networking Pathway

Certificate

•17 Total Certificate Credits with Pathway to Network Specialist AAS

•The Networking Pathway Certificate is designed for individuals interested in  developing basic skills in designing, installing, configuring, and maintaining  computer networks.

•Employment Potential:

•Graduates will be proficient in designing a local area network (LAN) per  specifications and using required physical components. Installing network  hardware including routers, interface cards, and cabling. Installing and configuring  network and desktop operating system software.  Design, implement, and  maintain a secure network environment.

•Job Market

•Through 2021, Wisconsin’s demand for these professionals will rise at least 12 %  with the greatest increase in firms using cloud computing 

•Rate of pay :

•Average Yearly $32,000 

•Contact persons:

Mike Teske, Al Fencl, Joe Cicero, Jeanne Conlon 

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Human Resource Compliance

Pathway Certificate

•9 Total Certificate Credits with Pathway to Human Resources AAS

•The Human Resources Compliance Pathway Certificate is designed for people  who wish to acquire and improve their skills in human resources, specifically with  overall employment law compliance and recordkeeping. All courses in this  certificate may be applied toward the Human Resources associate degree  program.

•Employment Potential:

•Graduates of this Pathway Certificate are prepared to work as a Human Resource  Specialist in the area of HR Compliance.

•Job market :

•Northeast Wisconsin employment of Human Resource Specialists is projected to  grow 3 percent from 2012 to 2022.

•Rate of pay :

•Wisconsin Hourly $15.48 ‐ $30.83  •Yearly $32,200 ‐ $79,100

•Contact persons:

Andy Paasch, Pam Cottrell

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Organizational Safety &

Health Pathway Certificate

•12 Total Certificate Credits with Pathway to Human Resources AAS

•The Organizational Safety & Health Pathway Certificate is designed for people  who wish to acquire and improve their own workplace and human resource skills,  specifically with safety programs, organizational wellness initiatives, and  assertiveness, time management, and stress management skills. 

•Employment Potential:

•Graduates of this Pathway Certificate are prepared to work as a Human Resource  Specialist in the area of HR Organizational Safety & Health.

•Job market :

•Northeast Wisconsin employment of Human Resource Specialists is projected to  grow 3 percent from 2012 to 2022.

•Rate of pay :

•Wisconsin Hourly $15.48 ‐ $30.83  •Yearly $32,200 ‐ $79,100

•Contact persons:

Andy Paasch, Pam Cottrell

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Supervision Pathway

Certificate

•9 Total Certificate Credits with Pathway to Leadership Development

AAS

•The Supervision Pathway Certificate is designed for people who wish to acquire  and improve their skills in a modern leadership role. All courses in this certificate  may be applied toward the Leadership Development associate degree program

•Employment Potential:

•Graduates of this certificate are prepared to analyze the role and duties of a  supervisor.   

•Job market :

•Northeast Wisconsin employment of industrial production managers is projected  to grow 3 percent from 2012 to 2022.

•Rate of pay :

•Wisconsin Hourly $16.36 ‐ $39.52 •Yearly $34,000 ‐ $82,200 

•Contact persons:

Andy Paasch, Pam Cottrell

•Dean:

Randy Smith

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Business Software Essentials

Pathway Certificate

•5 Total Certificate Credits with Pathway to Office Professional

Technical Diploma and Administrative Professional AAS

•Completers in the certificate will be proficient in the Windows operating  system along with introductory Microsoft Office products (Word, PowerPoint,  Excel and Access)

•Employment Potential:

•Graduates of this program are prepared to complete the Microsoft Office  Specialist certification.  Positions would include desktop publisher, data entry,  or a skills refresher for current Administrative Professionals. 

•Job market:

•Northeast Wisconsin employment in this area are expected to increase by 17  percent from 2006 to 2016, which is faster than the average for all  occupations.

•Rate of pay:

•Yearly approximate ‐ $20,000

•Contact persons

:

Gail Schroeder, Janel Veeser, Michael Gemignani,  •Kim Pigeon, Jill Cropsey, Carol Dean, Jenny Clemo, 

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Business Professional

Essentials Pathway Certificate

•11 Total Certificate Credits with Pathway to Office Professional

Technical Diploma and Administrative Professional AAS

•Along with learning Microsoft Office and Windows functionality, the certificate  assists learners in developing a professional image, understand information  processing principles, learn effective telephone skills and  use e‐mail and  calendaring tools effectively.

•Employment Potential:

•Graduates of this program are prepared to work in a business environment by  providing general office and customer service skills.

•Job market :

•Northeast Wisconsin employment in this area are expected to increase by 17  percent from 2006 to 2016, which is faster than the average for all  occupations.

•Rate of pay :

•Yearly approximate ‐ $22,000 

•Contact persons

:

Gail Schroeder, Janel Veeser, Michael Gemignani,  •Kim Pigeon, Jill Cropsey, Carol Dean, Jenny Clemo, 

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Introduction to Paraeducator

Pathway Certificate

•12 Total Certificate Credits with Pathway to Paraeducator

(Instructional Assistant) AAS

•This certificate serves as an introduction to the Paraeducator Associate Degree, and  would also be a good choice for someone with an unrelated Associate Degree or  Bachelor’s degree wishing to seek employment as a paraeducator.

•Employment Potential:

•Paraeductors (Instructional Assistants, Paraprofessionals) are employed in public  school settings and work during the school day, nine months of the year.

•Job Market

Through 2017, national demand for these professionals will increase by 2.4% 

Rate of pay

•Starting Hourly wage: $9.00

•Contact person:

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Early Childhood Education:

Licensing Basic 0-2 Pathway

Certificate

•9 Total Certificate Credits with Pathway to Early Childhood

Education AAS

•This certificate replaces the non‐credit Entry Level courses, Child Care Intro to the 

Profession, Child Care Skills & Strategy and Child Care Family Fundamentals.  All 

three courses in the certificate are part of the Early Childhood Associate Degree.

•Employment Potential:

Completers of this certificate will be fully eligible to work as lead teachers in an 

infant room in a group child care center 

•Job Market

Through 2017, national demand for these professionals will increase by 1.6% 

Rate of pay

•Starting Hourly wage: $8.00‐$9.00

•Contact person:

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Early Childhood Education:

Licensing Basic 3-5 Pathway

Certificate

•9 Total Certificate Credits with Pathway to Early Childhood

Education AAS

This certificate replaces the non‐credit Entry Level courses, Child Care Intro to the 

Profession, and Child Care Skills & Strategy and Child Care Infant Toddler 

Fundamentals.  All three courses in the certificate are part of the Early Childhood 

Associate Degree.

•Employment Potential:

Completers of this certificate will be fully eligible to work as lead teachers in an 

preschool room in a group child care center 

•Job Market

Through 2017, national demand for these professionals will increase by 1.6% 

• Rate of pay

Starting Hourly wage: $8.00‐$9.00

•Contact person:

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Healthcare Customer Service

Representative Pathway Certificate

7 Credits that ladder to the Medical Assistant Program

Employment Potential:

A patient service representative, also known as a patient care 

representative, or medical secretary, works as a front desk customer‐

service agent in a medical, dental or veterinarian office setting. They 

are responsible for written and verbal correspondence, scheduling, 

collecting co‐payments, maintaining patient charts, verifying insurance 

coverage, and ensuring overall patient satisfaction.

Job Market

According to Bureau of Labor, Job market is predicted to have 13‐14% 

growth by 2022.  This increase would generate over 200,000 job 

openings. 

Rate of pay:

$10 to $18/hr median $13.00/hr

Contact:

Selena Becker 920‐498‐5559 

Selena.becker@nwtc.edu

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Medical Coding Technical

Diploma

27 Total Credits with pathway to Health Information Technology

•Employment Potential:

The Medical Coding Specialist Certificate is designed to prepare students for  employment in all types of healthcare organizations, insurance companies, or  government agencies associated with medical coding, reimbursement, health  services research, and health care planning. Most of the credits from this  certificate can be applied to the Health Information Technology Associate  Degree. 

•Job market :

According to Burning Glass, there is a strong labor market demand for Medical  Coders and Health Informatics professionals.  In the NWTC district alone,  Burning Glass as documented 88 openings in the coding and health informatics  field in 2013‐14, with an additional 210 documented opening in the greater  NWTC region. These completers currently have the option to sit for their CCS  certification or to continue to the Health Information Technology Associate  Degree program and will be well suited to fill the employment need. 

Rate of pay:

$33,190 – DWD (average from Brown County)

•Instructor:

Julie Swavely, Julie.Swavely@nwtc.edu (920) 498‐5579

•Academic Advisor:

Erin Blaney, erin.blaney@nwtc.edu(920) 498‐6383

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Therapeutic Massage Technical

Diploma

•27 Total Credits that complement

Wellness and Health Promotion AAS

•Employment Potential:

Career opportunities for licensed massage  therapists exist in sports clinics, salons, spas,  wellness or other health related care centers,  or as a entrepreneur. 

•Job market :

Job market is predicted to have 12.7% growth  by 2020.  Particularly in resort areas such as  Door County.  

•Rate of pay :

$34,680 State Average *DWD website

•Instructor:

Jaime Ehmer Jaime.ehmer@nwtc.edu (920) 498‐5531

•Academic Advisor:

Jennifer Hyland, Jennifer.hyland@nwtc.edu (920) 498‐7474

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64 Total Program Credits 2-year AAS

Criminal Justice Professional Studies prepares the student for the rigor in the field of criminal justice 

and diverse professions. Upon successful completion of this program, the student will possess the 

skills and aptitude to meet the demands of criminal justice professions as well as provide 

opportunities to achieve higher credentials.

Employment Potential

Graduates of this program have the skills needed for a wide variety of criminal justice positions 

including emergency dispatch, jail officer, communications, security, loss prevention, and forensics

Job market

There are well over 1,000 jobs posted specifically for these graduates in our region alone. At the 

state level there are over 14,000 criminal justice‐related careers waiting to be filled. 

Rate of pay

District Hourly: $10.86 ‐ $15.55

Department Contacts:

Kysa Walter, John Flannery, Liz Paape

Criminal Justice

Professional Studies

Associate Degree (AAS)

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Jail Officer Academy

Pathway Certificate

6 Total Program Credits with Pathway to Criminal Justice-Professional Studies AAS

The Criminal Justice Jail Officer Certificate is a 4‐week credential designed for individuals seeking certifiability as a jail officer in the state  of Wisconsin. Recruits will experience training and scenarios applicable to the correctional environment. This certificate is a pathway into  the new Criminal Justice – Professional Studies Associate Degree program.

Employment Potential

Graduates of this certificate will be certifiable in the state of Wisconsin as a jail officer. With further education, these students would also  have the ability to go on to be secure juvenile detention officers, probation/parole officers, or law enforcement officers.

Job market

In 2013‐2014 there were 27 job openings in our district with only 16 graduates in the Corrections Associate Degree.

Rate of pay:

Annual Salary: $21,000

Department Contacts:

Kysa Walter, Dawn VanBuren, Chris Madson

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Human Services

Associate Degree (AAS)

•70 Total Program Credits 2-year AAS shared with Northcentral

Technical College (NTC)

•Human Services shared associate degree program designed to help learners 

acquire the skills needed to work with individuals, groups and communities. 

•Employment Potential:

Trains people to provide education, support, care, advocacy and/or crisis 

intervention in a human services agency.  

•Job market :

•Projected to grow 22 percent from 2012 to 2022.

•Rate of pay :

Hourly: $13.40

•Yearly Median: $28,306

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Alcohol and Other Drug

(AODA) Associate Degree

(AAS)

•70 Total Program Credits 2-year AAS shared with Northcentral

Technical College (NTC)

•Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse Associate Degree program is designed for 

individuals interested in working with addiction issues. 

•Employment Potential:

Substance abuse counseling in the areas of: correctional facilities, employee 

and student assistance programs, and various community and social service 

agencies. 

•Job Market

Projected to grow 31 percent from 2012 to 2022. 

•Rate of pay :

•Hourly: $14.40

•Yearly Median: $30,555 

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Automotive Maintenance

Technician Technical Diploma

Pending State Approval

•32 Total Program Credits 1-year Technical Diploma

•The Automotive Maintenance Technician program prepares graduates to perform basic  automotive maintenance and repair and will meet the needs of NWTC district employers  in outlying areas looking to specifically fill the skills gap between high school technical  education and a two‐year technical diploma. This program will be held at the Marinette  campus. •Employment Potential: •Graduates of this program are prepared to provide basic repair and maintenance of  automobiles  •Job market : •NortheastWisconsin employment of automotive technicians is projected to grow  approximately 3 percent from 2014 to 2019. •Rate of pay : •Wisconsin Hourly $13.50 •Yearly $28,080 •Contact person: •Gene Francisco, John Bergold

•Academic Advisor

: •Gary Kemppainen (Marinette)

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Discontinued Credentials &

Tracks

Discontinued Local Certificates

Applied Graphics for Prototype and Design 

Boat Patrol Operator Master’s 

Business Writing 

Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Advanced 

Standing 

ECE Professional Development 1 

ECE Professional Development 2 

Hotel & Restaurant Management 

Jail & Juvenile Detention 

Medical Coding Specialist (now ETD with HIT)

Supply Chain Management 

Utility Management 

Programs on Internal Suspension

Criminal Justice – Corrections (10‐504‐2)

Criminal Justice – Law Enforcement (10‐504‐1; 

due to new WTCS/DOJ alignment; replaced by 

10‐504‐6)

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Criteria for Evaluating Programs

•Low enrollment trends (60% capacity or less over

past three years)

•Low application trends

•Low job placement (60% or less placed over past

three years)

•Low graduation rate (10 graduates or less over

past three years or less than 50% graduation rate

over past three years)

•Low wages (12.50 or less)

•FTE production (12 or less FTE/year over past

two years)

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Graduate Follow-Up Data

Data available:

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Updated curriculum can be

found at:

Home > Academics > Degree &

Diploma Programs

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